Stream Awarded Property Management of Chicago area Industrial Assets

May 21 2 min read

Properties include more than 500,000 square feet in O’Hare submarket

CHICAGO (May 21, 2019) – Stream Realty Partners (Stream) – a national real estate services, development and investment firm, announces the management assignment of two new Class A industrial properties in suburban Chicago from Principal Real Estate Investors, on behalf of a large institutional client.

1111 Chase Ave, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

Stream will oversee the properties, which include a 133,000-square-foot project in Elk Grove and a 400,370-square-foot facility in Franklin Park, and position them to meet the robust Chicago industrial market demand, and increase Stream’s overall presence in the area.

Situated on a 6.5-acres, the Elk Grove facility was completed in December 2018 and immediately leased by Seko Worldwide and Gran Quartz. The building features 20 exteriors docks, 32-foot clear ceiling heights, and 53’x 50’ bays with potential secured truck court.

The Franklin Park site was completed in May 2019 and is currently available for lease. The state-of-the-art facility is located on approximately 20 acres and offers 79 exteriors docks, 36-foot clear ceiling heights, and provides excellent exposure along the I-90 Bypass. The project will eventually feature direct access to I-294 via the County Line Road interchange (part of the EOWA project).

11601 Copenhagen Ct, Franklin Park, IL 60131

“Managing these new properties will provide Stream with the opportunity to build our Chicago-area portfolio with more assets in an ever-growing submarket,” said Victoria Knudson, executive vice president of Stream Chicago. “We look forward to increasing our standing and achieving great results as we move forward with our national clients.”

Nationally, Stream leases and manages more than 193 million square feet of commercial real estate in leading markets such as Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Fort Worth, Greater L.A., Houston, San Antonio, and Washington, D.C.